How To Deactivate Chrome’s New Annoying Discarded Tab Ring Treatment

If you use Chrome, you’ve likely seen the recent update adding a ring around the favicon in inactive open tabs. Unfortunately, this alteration renders the icon unreadable, defeating the purpose of having icons in tabs. This frustration escalates for Chrome users who habitually keep several dozen tabs open simultaneously. The good news is there’s a way to deactivate it and it’s a very straightforward process. Here’s how tabs look with the new default inactive ring applied (annoying, right?!?): Disabling The Treatment Enter the following into your Chrome browser bar: chrome://flags/#memory-saver-discarded-tab-treatment This will … Read more

Depreciation Basics for Non-Profit Arts Organizations

Depreciation, in the accounting sense, is the bookkeeping process of lowering the value of something that your organization owns over time. It is generally applied to physical or tangible objects that an organization uses long-term. Disclaimer: What is a blog post about a legal or financial topic without a disclaimer? This is not legal advice. You should not be getting your legal advice from a blog post. The purpose of this post is to give you things to think about before taking action. Speak to an accountant and/or a lawyer about specifics. … Read more

No One Knows You’re A Non-Profit (Sometimes Even After You Tell Them)

While it has sort of been generally known that visitors to arts and cultural organizations aren’t fully aware of whether the organization is a non-profit or not, Colleen Dilenschneider recently posted research that qualifies just how few visitors are able to make that distinction, (subscription required) what the implication of that lack of knowledge is, and how to reverse that perception. Basically, even the disciplines with the best levels of awareness of non-profit status don’t even get close to 50% awareness. Overall, only 38.6% of US adults believe that nonprofit exhibit-based organizations … Read more